Evaluation of parameters for the E plane applicators
Abstract
An exact theory is developed for the analysis of a rectangular waveguide loaded in the E plane by a dielectric slab of finite length and arbitrary complex permittivity. The method is based on subdividing the waveguide into suitable regions where the wave equation can be separated and solved independently, and the fields may be written as a sum of modes. The method of solution uses a boundary value technique to obtain a system of linear equations determining the coefficients of reflection, transmission, and absorption.
 Publication:

Institution of Electrical Engineers Proceedings
 Pub Date:
 March 1975
 Bibcode:
 1975IEEP..122..267B
 Keywords:

 Dielectrics;
 Electric Fields;
 Independent Variables;
 Rectangular Waveguides;
 Waveguides;
 Absorptance;
 Complex Variables;
 Computer Programs;
 Linear Equations;
 Microwave Transmission;
 Permittivity;
 Reflectance;
 Transmittance;
 Communications and Radar